- Get the source:
git clone git://github.com/280north/cappuccino.git
- Make a directory for the built products, for example I did:
- Add $CAPP_BUILD to your .profile (or whatever you use) I did:
- Source it:
- Build and install cappuccino:
cd cappuccino && sudo rake install
- That's it!
sudo rake clobber-all install
One more optional thing you should do is set up your name in capp (the tool you'll use to generate new applications):
You can also set up additional values. So now you're all set to start your first Cappuccino project.
capp config user.name "Your Name"
Johannes Fahrenkrug said...
[cheesy]I had as much fun writing them as you had reading them[/cheesy] ;-)
Johannes -- thanks for these Cappucinno tutorials. This is great! Also, good to see someone pushing the Radiant envelope -- excellent CMS.September 11, 2009 06:41 PM